Beyond Excellent – Masters/International Handling
& Current Classes:
March 12, 2018 at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
(Class endd on 4/30. No class on 4/9 and 4/16.)
REGISTRATION: Click here to register for any class.
(And find out if there are any openings.)
Drops in are welcome when there is room. Please call or email to inquire.
Instructor- Barb Davis
-If you are competing in agility at the Excellent
or Masters level (or at that skill level),
and you wish to continue to challenge yourself
and grow into the best teammate possible for
your dog, this is the class for you. Don't
miss this awesome opportunity to be taught
by internationally recognized handler and instructor,
This class will focus on refining your current skills so your turns and crosses are efficient both in timing and on setting the dog’s pathway so that the dog does not lose time with extra strides and wide corners.
This course will include international handling elements and progressive handling ideas to address these challenges.
Many of the skills attained from developing advanced moves, gives the handler additional tools to apply to Masters courses that are continuing to grow in difficulty.
The handler will also acquire skills to become capable in classes such as Premier or Master’s Challenge as well as International competition.
Davis will be teaching this cutting edge
class. Barb is a 9 time National Champion with
5 different dogs and a 9 time AKC World Team
member with 4 different dogs. She has continually
competed internationally since 2000. Barb is
a progressive handler and stays up to date
on developments in agility around the world.
Her handling style embraces moves that are
somewhat natural to the dog, because if the
handler can learn to do it right the dog usually
comprehends it quickly.
Course fee: $140.
Drop ins: $30 per dog (when available).
Needed to join this highest level agility class:
• Successful completion of Advanced Agility or similar
class, or at instructor's discretion;
• Your dog should be able to be penned or crated;
• The handler/dog team must be working together as a competent team;
• Your dog must be non-reactive towards
other dogs or people;